48 min ago | The Miami Herald
After a 44-minute rain delay to start Friday's game at Fenway Park, the Boston Red Sox quickly got down to the business of repaying the Indians for the previous night's nine-run blowout with a one-sided victory of their own.
4 hrs ago | MLive.com
A screenshot posted by a sports blogger on Twitter early Thursday caused a frenzy of speculation suggesting the five-time All-Star might've been tipping pitches in his most recent start.
8 hrs ago | Bless You Boys
The Tribe threatened to take a lead in the AL Central but the Tigers flexed some muscle in Cleveland to cut into the lead.
Bottom 3d: Indians 4, Red Sox 3: With one mighty swat of his bat, Sox DH David Ortiz pulled the Sox within one run after belting a three-run homer to the bleachers in right.
Justin Verlander was almost unbeatable two years ago on his way to 24 victories, and wasn't far off on his way to 17 wins last year.
After four losses, three on walk-offs by the Indians in four days, the Seattle Mariners couldn't pack their bags and get to the airport fast enough.
At times this season, the Indians' left-hander has displayed the type of nasty stuff that made him an All-Star in Tampa Bay.
Nick Swisher is expected to rejoin the Indians in time for Friday's game at Boston, manager Terry Francona said.
The Tigers will look to sweep the Indians at Progressive Field with Justin Verlander on the mound against the resurgent Ubaldo Jimenez.
And why not? After a miserable 2012 season the Indians find themselves atop the American League Central thanks to thrilling win after thrilling win and a never-day-die attitude that has led to six walk-off victories.
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Max Scherzer is learning what it means to be a veteran horse of a top-notch Major League pitching staff.
Progressive Field in Cleveland, about four hours prior to the scheduled start of tonight's game between the Detroit Tigers and the Cleveland Indians.
The Cleveland Indians take aim at their third win in a row on Saturday when they take on the Seattle Mariners in the second part of a four-game set at Progressive Field.
No team can win that kind of game. It doesn't happen, shouldn't happen, maybe never has happened, not against big-league players.